Here's a pretty outrageous con. A convicted drug dealer has been caught posing as a lawyer
and operating a Central Florida law firm while still in the custody of the U.S. Bureau of Prisons
. Evidently he only has to spend the night in jail, but every morning he wakes up, hops into his Mercedes, and drives off to his day job as a fake lawyer, from which he's been raking in hundreds of thousands of dollars. I wonder if he'll act as his own lawyer at his trial.